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Form and Malfunction

Form and Malfunction

The American architect Louis Sullivan’s now famous maxim ‘Form follows function’ was one of the primary principles of Modernist architecture and design, and contributed to the geometric reductivism of Modernist painting and sculpture. This language has been revisited a number of times since, but recently artists have responded more irreverently.

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Kerstin Drechsel: If you close the door

Kerstin Drechsel: If you close the door

Kerstin Drechsel’s investigation of everyday culture, artistic production and individual taste is orientated towards the rhythms of popular music, film and daily occurrences.

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Morris men celebrate 50th anniversary of Hammersmith Flyover dance

Morris men celebrate 50th anniversary of Hammersmith Flyover dance

The Hammersmith Morris Men celebrated the 50th anniversary of the dance ‘Hammersmith Flyover’ by performing on the half-mile stretch of elevated road that inspired it.

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Who Gets to Call It Art?

Who Gets to Call It Art?

Who Gets to Call It Art? (2006) is a ride through the 1960?s downtown New York art scene as seen through the eyes of legendary Metropolitan Museum of Art curator, Henry Geldzahler.

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The Trouble With Curating

The Trouble With Curating

The verb to 'curate' is a recent addition to the lexicon of the art world. How has the role of the curator developed and, as the boundaries are increasingly blurred between the artist and the curator, is there a fundamental difference of position between artist and curator?

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Paris - The Luminous Years

Paris - The Luminous Years

Paris The Luminous Years, explores this unique moment in Paris from 1905 to 1930, decisive years for our contemporary culture, when an international group including Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, Marc Chagall, Igor Stravinsky, Ernest Hemingway, Jean Cocteau, Gertrude Stein, Vaslav Nijinsky and Aaron Copland, among numerous others, revolutionized the direction of the modern arts.

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